The series schedule is set and the players are champing at the bit to get this thing going. Only two more days will have to pass before the Ducks and Oilers open up their Second Round series inside Honda Center for Game 1.
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When it comes to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, everything is a little more intense. Every shot on goal, every possession, every faceoff carries more emotion during a game in late April and May than it does in early November.
The NHL announced the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs Second Round schedule between the Anaheim Ducks and the Edmonton Oilers. The series will begin this Wednesday, April 26 at Honda Center (7:30 p.m.) and follow a 2-2-1-1-1 format. The radio schedule will be announced as soon as possible.
After three days off following their four-game sweep over the Calgary Flames, the Ducks got back to work this morning at Honda Center knowing their Second Round opponent will be another Alberta team - the Edmonton Oilers.
The Ducks will face the Edmonton Oilers in the Second Round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs (full schedule here). This marks the eighth time in franchise history that Anaheim has advanced past the First Round of the playoffs, including the third time in the last four years. The Ducks join the Capitals, Penguins and Rangers as the only teams in the NHL to reach the Second Round three times in the last four years. The Ducks are also 18-9 in the last three years in the playoffs (2015-17). The 18 wins are one behind Chicago for the most in the Western Conference in that span (Tampa Bay leads with 25).